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|Title||Adaptive Mobility Management Scheme for Mobile IP using Ad Hoc Networks.|
Mobile IP has been developed to handle global mobility of mobile hosts. Mobile IP suffers from a number of drawbacks such as frequent location update, high signaling overhead, high handover latency, high packet loss rate, and requirement of infrastructure change. To treat these problems, we propose a new mobility management scheme by constructing dynamic service regions of Ad Hoc networks for roaming mobile host without location update to reduce signaling overhead and packets loss. Analytical analysis and simulation results are shown in this paper to demonstrate that the proposed scheme performs better performance than other schemes.
|Published in||Int. Arab J. e-Technol.|
|Series||Volume: 2, Number: 2|
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